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, police took him into custody outside of his home on an outstanding warrant from sacramento county. this was for failing to show up yesterday on a joyriding charge. booking records confirmed the arrest. williams is supposed to appear in yolo county today for an assault charge involving a target store clerk. >>> prosecutors announced they won't file charges against a man who gave his girlfriend water spiked with chlorine. police arrested robert lockridge last fall at a nursing home. he told officers he bought the water online where it was sold as an alternative health product. the public defender says it was simply a misunderstanding. >>> 6:16. a volunteer effort helped keep the look its from going out at vallejo high school over the holidays. in recent years copper thieves have hit the school district over the christmas break when the schools were empty but this time, members of the site safety team were on patrol, some working on christmas day. and two of them caught a suspect. >> trying to grab some copper, be prepared to be caught. >> if yo
. >>> hundreds of people gathered in a small town in sacramento county to honor a fallen police officer. people living in the community held a vigil to remember officer kevin tong. his fellow officers called him a highly-respected, hard- working public servant. he was a member of the police k- 9 unit. >>> investigators say the gunman who fatally shot the officer was not involved in a burglary as first thought. he did fit the description of the burglar police were looking for. but the motive remains a mystery. investigators say the officer was talking to 30 humphrey gascon. when gascon pulled out a gun and shot him and then gascon then shot and killed himself. >>> a judge ruled against a windsor family whose relatives remains were moved to another plot by the cemetery of the shilo cemetery relocated the body of enrique alvarez a month after his december 2010 burial. the cemetery realized they buried him in the wrong plot. the family says it whats never told his body would be exhumed. the family was seeking $150,000 in damages. >>> it's been seven years believe it or not since hurricane katrina w
control laws could actually make a deference. in sacramento, claudia cowan, fox news. >> bret: the head of public schools in newtown, connecticut, wants to keep police on campus indefinitely. the news times report the superintendent says students there have not gone outside school for recess since the shootings, because of anxiety. right now there are two police officers stationed at each district six schools now. to another deeply divisive subject: how to handle the u.s. economy. at a time when the fiscal difference split the country, the president's pick to be the new treasury secretary is sparking harsh reaction from some on capitol hill. correspondent shannon bream on the nomination of jack lew. >> i cannot think of a better person to continue tim's work at treasury than jack lew. >> reporter: president obama nominating a new man to head the treasury department but signaling plans to continue with the fiscal policy the administration relied on in the first term. white house says lew has a keen understanding of domestic and international issues that impact the u.s. economy and point
as the assemblyman's bill. what does it say to you about policies, about sacramento, about lawmakers when a no-brainer bill can't get out of committee? >> unfortunately, red tape and bureaucrats, and sometimes that makes such a sense. >> reporter: critics believe members could have voted on this issue, but chose not to. but according to a spokeswoman, the committee's vice chairman wants to get rid of roca so that all bills get voted on. >> there might have been in the past, there might have been a good excuse for the roca file in the past, but it was abused. it's basically now being used as political cover, so that members of the committee don't have to take tough votes. >> reporter: we went to the office of the chairwoman who took time to try to explain that it's not as simple as it looks. it looks like the legislature, the committee, just chose not to act to protect women. is that what's happening here? >> no. we are between a federal court order to reduce our prison population by tens of thousands of prisoners and a mandate not to build new prisons either, because we can't afford it. >> rep
. he's coming to us from sacramento. dave welcome inside "the war room." >> a pleasure to be with you jennifer. >> jennifer: tell us for people who have not been following this, why are these rate hikes happening in some states and not in others? >> the problem in california and other states is that there is nothing in the affordable care act or in state law that gives the insurance regulator the authority to reject excessive health insurance or hmo rate hikes. that's a glaring loophole in the affordable care act. the affordable care act has a lot of good things in "n" it. it will cover more americans and stop from insuring those with pre-existing conditions. now 37 states have adopted laws on their state laws to do exactly that. california is not one of those. and so today our conclusion we found unreasonable anthem blue cross rate increase, this particular one was 10.6% for 12-month period on average on small businesses affecting about quarter of a million california residents. they're not alone. we've seen rate increases 10, 20, 40 times sometimes as high as 60%. and they have the
that the seattle group is negotiating to buy the sacramento kings for some $500 million and move the team to seattle. the sacramento mayor says not so fast. he is a former nba player, and he's vowing to fight to keep the kings in town. the maloof family, which owns the kings, has not said publicly that the team is for sale. >>> i don't want to diss a.j. or sacrament to but there are questions whether the maloofs had the finances to support a team in sacramento to begin with. >> a very complicated story. a lot of folks upset about this. some happy, some upset. >>> coming up, the new rules out for mortgages and how they're supposed to protect you, the homeowner. olaf gets great rewards for his small business! pizza! [ garth ] olaf's small business earns 2% cash back on every purchase, every day! helium delivery. put it on my spark card! [ pop! ] [ garth ] why settle for less? great businesses deserve great rewards! awesome!!! [ male announcer ] the spark business card from capital one. choose unlimited rewards with 2% cash back or double miles on every purchase, every day! what's in your wa
, in sacramento, california, reportedly in a fight over a spilled drink, a 22-year-old opened fire in a bar, killing two and wounding two others. in fact, in just those few weeks since the newtown slaughter of the innocent, more than 400 people have died from guns in america. that should boost the last quarter profit margins. so not surprising, the merchants of death are experiencing a happy new year. we can't forget. we mustn't relent. we have to keep talking about this, because wayne lapierre and the nra are insidious and powerful predators. have you seen the reports in both the "journal of the american medical association" and "the washington post" of how, 16 years ago, the nra managed to get congress to pull funding on gun violence studies at the centers for disease control and prevention? and just two years ago, nra henchmen even snuck a provision into the affordable care act that prevents doctors from collecting information on their patients' gun use. as wayne lapierre's brazen call for an armed populace makes clear, the odds don't favor common sense. there are always members of congr
want to buy the sacramento kings and move them to the city of seattle. the group has offered $500 million to buy the nba franchise. the family that owns the team now are struggling because their casino franchise took a big hit. seattle used to have the supersonics, but that team left back in 2008 for oklahoma city, and were renamed the thunder. >>> three of baseball's biggest names have been shut out of the hall of fame. it's a big hit -- huge hit for barry bonds, sammy sosa, and roger clemens, who were caught up in a scandal. abc's david kerley has more. >> reporter: it is where the names of the great reside. ruth, williams, robinson, dimaggio. but for the first time in nearly two decades, no names will be added to the halls at cooperstown. no to pitcher roger clemens. no to barry bonds. he hit a record 71 home runs in one season. no to sammy sosa, the fifth player ever to hit more than 600 home runs. but all were suspected of using steroids or performance- enhancing drugs. >> if there's any connection, real or imagined, to performance-enhancing drugs, they're just not getting th
actually make a difference. in sacramento, claudia cowan, fox news. >> there are millions upon millions of americans who value the rights that they have under the second amendment. >> i want every nra member he. i want every law abiding gun owner to know their second amendment rights will not be infringed upon. >> shannon: driving the news this week the debate over gun rights as vice president biden gets set to make recommendations to the president on gun violence. peter doocy has the latest from washington. >>> two days from right now we will know what the task force vice president biden has been leading will recommend to president obama as a legislative means for reducing gun violence. that the point, speculation has been that the administration will seek to restrict assault weapons and high capacity magazines in some way but the nra does not think that is a a good idea. >> we wished that instead of talking about guns specifically that they question that they would have addressed is what do we do to prevent these kinds of things in the future. and the evidence shows that an assault we
capital building in sacramento. they were prevented from entering the chamber, their message was received loud and clear. it was signed into law by someone who seems an improbable advocate for gun control. this guy. no, your eyes are not fooling you. that is republican party demagogue ronald reagan, a supporter of what was at the time one of the strictist gun laws in the nation. the panic over black people with guns mag fied in cities like detroit in the shooting deaths of bobby kennedy revoked a policy response from the government. president lyndon b. johnson signed the gun control act of 1968. >> we have come here to sign the most comprehensive gun control law ever signed in this nation's history. >> as we await tuesday for vice president biden's recommendations, the president's respond and the outcry from either or both sides, we are well served to keep in mind in recent history, there's no clear liberal or consensus on gun policy. our freedoms, cherished as they are must be balanced by civic responsibilities. at the table today, dan gross, tracy meres, law professor at yale university
stream of updates now provides the same sorting options as the desk top version. >>> a sacramento, california, woman was surprised to wake up and find a would-be burglar asleep on her couch. >> this is a crazy story. >> she grabbed her trusty machete, called 911 and held the man until police arrived. >> he had all her valuables packed up and ready to go. he decided to take a nap after eating her leftover chinese food. >> that's when i got the mashety, and i said, no, you need to get back, and wait for the cops to get here. i'm not afraid. i know exactly how to use it. >> cornell snapped this picture when deputies slapped the cuffs on 25-year-old christopher weaver. he was released on bail and found himself under arrest again, this time for allegedly driving a stolen car. >> okay, girl. where did you get the machete? very interesting. that's what i want to know. where did that machete come from? >>> 46 past the hour. the school said no flu shot, no school. one boy's parents said not so fast. we'll talk to them about why they made the decision. coming up. good morning. ♪ ♪ ♪ w
and use a firearm here. gun rights groups vow to fight all of these proposals, first in sacramento and then in court if need be. back to you. bill: thank you. live in san francisco. martha,. martha: beefed up security at a los angeles elementary school pays off just a day after it started. officer daniel chavez heard gunshots and then saw an armed man running down the street as classes were letting out for the day. he arrested him just outside the school. >> i was thinking about the children that i had in my background, and all the kids on the playground, these are the children that i see on a daily basis outside, waiving to them as i drive down the street. they know me as officer kh chavez as they come to school every day. martha: the increased police presence is part after program. deployed cops to every elementary school in los angeles at least once a day the program was launched in response to newtown, connecticut and the school shooting that happened there. bill: we've sheen a steady increase in firearm background checks over the past two years. from 2012 a record 19.5 million
in sacramento. so if anybody has a laser, i'll steal it. the mouse is a laser. [inaudible conversations] oh, the cur corps. got it -- the cursor. got it. hey. [laughter] [applause] what was that about bold thinkers? [laughter] yeah. next time i'll keep my mouth shut. all right. this is the same study population. we're looking at relative risks. and, but this time -- there we are. we've got prior convictions broken down in two different ways. so prior convictions not involving a gun and cannot involving violence -- and not involving violence in this group. and this group further broken down -- i keep losing the cursor -- this group further broken down whether they have one or two convictions, nothing worse than that. okay? then we have a group that had prior convictions involving guns but not violence. carrying a concealed firearm, let's say. and again broken down whether they have one such conviction or two or more. and finally, if you will, at the apex of criminality, those who have convictions for violence offenses. but remember, i am talking about people who purchased handguns legally, p
sacramento is trying to find young, boy or girl, who left behind a very special notebook at the store. take a look at this. filled with a list of rules to live by, including, no pushing, no screaming. rule number 103, no toys at the table. and some creative, recycle. always recycle. others include, protect each other. don't color on people. charlie, how many times do i have to tell you? >> sorry. >> but our favorite rule of all. don't bite the dentist. seriously. if it's yours, actually, we want to make copies of it, that thing is going to be a best-seller. rules to live by. lara, don't bite the dentist. >> really? all right. i'll try. >>> "pop news" and charlie sheen. >> just chime in, all of you. sam, this is for you. >> okay. >> we talked about weather machines and how important the maps and that stuff are. so, when the weather computers go down, the show must go on. that's what one weather man at our abc affiliate in tulsa, oklahoma, that's what he did. when his computer crashed, he had to macgyver up the weather maps. he came up with impressive-looking graphics. >> very nice. >> at the
his own internal monologue. >> stephanie: yeah. okay. caroline in sacramento. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi caroline. hey, caroline. >> caller: hi. >> stephanie: hello. >> caller: how are you? >> stephanie: good. go ahead. >> caller: well, yesterday i was watching martin bashir and he was interviewing some state senator from tennessee and this guy has a bill in the state senate there that the amount of the welfare checks that the families get would be dependent on whether their children pass the standardized tests in school. in other words, if they didn't pass, then the welfare check would be reduced. >> stephanie: uh-huh. >> caller: martin bashir was questioning that and the guy said well, we're not expecting the child to be a rocket surgeon and i thought rocket surgeon? rocket scientist yes. brain surgeon, yes. rocket surgeon? no. >> stephanie: are there rocket surgeons? i don't know. >> caller: i don't know. all i can think of is it is a good thing the tennessee state senators pay is not based on him passing standardized tests because i'm pretty sure he wouldn't pass. >>
understand their perspective. this issue is not about abrogating sacramento and our rights. it is about reasonable limits on those rights. -- one area that has been deemed reasonable is the requirement for background checks. what many of us are saying is what already has been deemed reasonable should be a reasonable requirement when guns are sold regardless of how or where they are sold. i hope we can reach a bipartisan agreement on the reasonable limits requiring background checks when guns are sold. captain kelly, i do appreciate you started your testimony today by saying there is no perfect solution. there are all kinds of antecedents -- environmental issues and community issues that lead to gun violence but i believe we should do that which is reasonable because nothing is perfect. i believe one of the areas of focus for your organization, americans for responsible solutions, is the mental health part of what we should be addressing. do you have any key suggestions that congress can take to help address the mental illness problem? >> first of all, compelling states to share with the
their perspective. this issue is not about abrogating sacramento and our rights. it is about reasonable limits on those rights. -- one area that has been deemed reasonable is the requirement for background checks. what many of us are saying is what already has been deemed reasonable should be a reasonable requirement when guns are sold regardless of how or where they are sold. i hope we can reach a bipartisan agreement on the reasonable limits requiring background checks when guns are sold. captain kelly, i do appreciate you started your testimony today by saying there is no perfect solution. there are all kinds of antecedents -- environmental issues and community issues that lead to gun violence but i believe we should do that which is reasonable because nothing is perfect. i believe one of the areas of focus for your organization, americans for responsible solutions, is the mental health part of what we should be addressing. do you have any key suggestions that congress can take to help address the mental illness problem? >> first of all, compelling states to share with the federal governmen
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